Undine is an architectural designer with a passion for placemaking. She was educated at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, before joining DIALOG over a decade ago. Undine specializes in designing innovative urban and suburban retail spaces and mixed-use developments. As a member of the Urban Land Institute, she continuously expands her knowledge and exposure to international urban planning principles. Undine is a strong designer and project leader with a keen interest in sustainable design and planning. She has brought her expertise in creating holistic environments to retail and mixed-use projects across Canada.
What’s your favourite DIALOG initiative?
Discover DIALOG. The opportunity to keep learning and exploring within our own studios is fantastic.
Where do you find inspiration?
I find inspiration everywhere! Social, political and economic circumstances are my guideline to creating the spaces that will truly improve the wellbeing of our communities.
What’s your favourite mode of transportation?
My horses! I am lucky enough to live in the foothills of the Alberta Rocky Mountains. Horses have been my passion since I was a child. Aside from that I prefer my own two feet as it best allows me to observe and understand the environment I am in.
Designing spaces is a passion for me. Knowing that my creativity can have a positive impact on people's lives is the most motivating part of my profession.
Diploma in Engineer Architecture and Urban Planning
University of Stuttgart
Architecture and Design
Bauhaus University Weimar